Survey of the amphibians of Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, South Carolina and Georgia, U.S.A.
From 2004 to 2006, we used a variety of sampling techniques to survey the amphibians of Savannah National Wildlife Refuge (SNWR), a large protected area straddling the lower portions of the Savannah River on the border between South Carolina and Georgia, USA. We documented 22 amphibian species, 15 frogs and 7 salamanders, with a possible 23rd species present. Amphibians occupied a variety of habitats and appeared tolerant of the mildly acidic and low oxygen conditions of many of the wetlands. This initial survey provides a historic baseline for monitoring amphibian populations as areas adjacent to the refuge.
|Survey of the amphibians of Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, South Carolina and Georgia, U.S.A.
|C.K. Dodd Jr., William J Barichivich
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|Wetland and Aquatic Research Center